NBC4, CBS2, KCET and KMEX are among the stations with multiple wins
Variety's signature daily publication will end after 80 years, with a rebooted weekly magazine launching on March 26
Lisa de Moraes has written for the Washington Post for nearly 15 years
THR says it received a suspicious envelope containing a white powder
Chris Connelly replaces Dave Karger, who greeted Oscar guests on the red carpet at the last two ceremonies
Adweek's editorial director suggests that the New York Post may be "making bread from crumbs" in story reporting that his parent company is seeking a...
Cuts are intended to streamline Feb. 27 broadcast
Today’s roundup of Oscar news ‘n’ notes has been hijacked by the appearance of the first weekly print edition of the Hollywood Reporter, which squeezes...
Longtime party and philanthropy reporter switches sides to Janice Min's Hollywood trade pub
Janice Min continues to add staff as the Hollywood trade begins its makeover
Trade says it stands by its story, but an individual with knowledge of the situation tells TheWrap the publication got it wrong
When you have an individual like Lynne Segall, you thank your good fortune she is on your team
The trades fight to survive, and "Avatar" sets more records
They still operate as though the business is still essentially L.A.'s West Side -- not the breadth and depth of the world community
"The goal is to make the music and entertainment and media brands important on multiplatforms, and turn it into a global business"
With no buyer found, "America's Oldest Journal Covering the Newspaper Industry," venerable book journal done
Sale of eight brands announced; Nielsen folds Editor & Publisher, Kirkus Reviews
Sale of the Hollywood Reporter is latest in series of reminders of bygone glory days.
"Either I'm the last to know, or it's wrong," a senior executive says about the Reporter going online-only in '09.
You probably get dozens Twitter messages a week asking you to join somebody’s mafia. Game play may seem nothing like a pitch meeting, but .......